In this football language post we explain the cliche: ‘Something out of nothing’ which is used to describe something unexpected in football.
Football Language – Blunder: In this football language post we explain the word ‘blunder’ which is often used to describe a goalkeeper’s performance. Can you guess the meaning of this word?
Football Language Resources: El Clasico – We have been publishing football language posts on languagecaster since 2006 and in that time we have featured Real Madrid versus Barcelona on numerous occasions so in this post we bring together some of these posts which can act as a resource for learners and teachers of English.
In this football language post we explain the word ‘thunderbolt’ which is connected to shooting in football. Can you guess its meaning?
This week’s football phrase is specific to the game in England and is ‘The Everton Cup’.
In this football language post we explain the football cliche, ‘one game at a time’ which is used to take the pressure off a team that is doing well.
Walk the title: We explain the football cliche, ‘walk the title’ which is used when a team is winning a league easily.
Wantaway: The transfer window is now open so in this football language post we explain the phrase ‘wantaway’ which is used as an adjective to describe a player involved in transfer gossip
In this football language post we explain the phrase ‘to appoint a new manager’.